If anyone is interested I have built an RPM of the MiniDLNA server for ClearOS. It can be found here (it is statically linked so has no dependencies):
In case you are not familiar with DLNA, it allows you (on the server) to define directories containing media (music, videos, pictures) that can be streamed to DLNA clients. DLNA clients include the PS3, XBox 360, many new TVs, etc.
MiniDLNA is very easy to configure. Just edit the media_dir= variable in the /etc/minidlna.conf file to define the directory containing the media you want to make available to DLNA clients. Multiple media_dir= entries can be defined in the config file for different directories. Also, you can specify what type of media is in each defined directory.
***This would be an awesome addition to Flexshares if you ask me.***
Disclosure: DLNA is based on UPnP so the same security issues apply. (Don't run it on the external interface or share directories you need to restrict access to)